Families of children with autism earn less income

03/19/2012 | Reuters · Disability Scoop

Data from national household surveys between 2002 and 2008 showed that families of children with autism earn 28% less income on average than families with healthy children. The study in the journal Pediatrics found that mothers of children with autism earned 56% less and were 6% less likely to be employed than mothers of children without health limitations.

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